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Been meaning to share my recent photos. As cruise season is just a little over a month away, i went to see if Horizon was 100% Prevost as i've seen majority of their MCI's at Northwest Bus. Click to go to the rest!

13158347884_271311abe9.jpg I saw this old Prevost (Interurban?) they got tucked into the corner. wonder where its from!

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Been meaning to share my recent photos. As cruise season is just a little over a month away, i went to see if Horizon was 100% Prevost as i've seen majority of their MCI's at Northwest Bus.

Are you referring to Northwest Bus Lines based in Harrison Hot Springs? Or do you actually mean Western Bus Repair in North Van?

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Get your pics quick as the Horizon logos will be disappearing soon (or by end of season) since Quick has purchased the equipment.

*Technically Horizon no longer exists in British Columbia with Quick Coach Lines purchasing Vancouver and Wilson's purchasing the Victoria operation last year.

Thanks for the correction. I really haven't grasped telling from an A model to a C model with MCI's :D

A quick way to tell is look for the destination sign. An A destination sign is top middle integrated into the body. A C destination sign may be above the driver or in passenger window or not have one at all. Another way to tell an A (although there are since new modifications) is an A have visible rivets along the body below the windows (Like an MC9) where a C has no rivets. I have seen a couple of As where it has been upgrade to a Cside.

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Get your pics quick as the Horizon logos will be disappearing soon (or by end of season) since Quick has purchased the equipment.

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A quick way to tell is look for the destination sign. An A destination sign is top middle integrated into the body. A C destination sign may be above the driver or in passenger window or not have one at all. Another way to tell an A (although there are since new modifications) is an A have visible rivets along the body below the windows (Like an MC9) where a C has no rivets. I have seen a couple of As where it has been upgrade to a Cside.

Thanks for the tip! :D

Anyways, today as usual I have time to kill, so I went to Canada Place and photographed Horizon #64525:

14527601001_be1b3419ac.jpgHorizon Coach Lines Prevost H3-45 #64525 by Translink fan, on Flickr

14344349870_ef5ee2bf72.jpgHorizon Coach Lines Prevost H3-45 #64525 by Translink fan, on Flickr

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I think I have caught the first Horizon bus with Quick livery: Unit 64521

Before:

14583260534_52c203c23d_z.jpgHorizon Coach Lines Prevost H3-45 #64521 by Translink fan, on Flickr

After:

14834234463_c8da65176e_z.jpgQuick Coach Lines (Ex Horizon Coach Lines) Prevost H3-45 #64521 by Translink fan, on Flickr

And back to regular sightings:

14813942022_5756813b09_z.jpgHorizon Coach Lines MCI 102-DL3 #67094 by Translink fan, on Flickr

Click for more! Enjoy!

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